April 19, 2017 4pm - 7:30pm
"I always jump at the opportunity to taste a grape variety that I've never had before, and today there is a real interest in making sure indigenous varieties do not disappear. Also, winemakers the world over are featuring their local grapes with bottlings of their own and trying to figure out how to best improve these wines. While the most famous "International" varieties, Cabernet, Chardonnay, etc. do produce excellent world-class wine, the obscure varieties offer unique flavors and experiences. Join us for a lineup of wines that are sure to be wild, wacky, and downright fun." -- Mark Rashap, CWE
Reminder: These classese will start promptly at 4pm and 6pm. If you arrive late we'll do our best to accommodate you but we cannot guarantee that you will be served all of the wines.more
The Wine & Food Foundation is not able to offer refunds for purchased tickets.